Family Justice Center
Internships- Family Justice Center
Library - Balboa
Library - Central
Library - DYH@L
Library - La Jolla
Library - Linda Vista
Library - Logan Heights
Library - Mira Mesa
Library - Mountain View/Beckwourth
Library - Oak Park
Library - Ocean Beach
Library - Pacific Beach
Library - ValenciaPark/Malcolm X
Office of the City Attorney - Volunteers
The City Attorney’s Office protects the City of San Diego through its dedication to justice and the welfare of our people. We advise the City on the law, the responsible management of public funds, and the fairness and efficiency of neighborhood services. We enforce and prosecute laws that protect our natural resources, ensure fair wages, strengthen community character, and halt unscrupulous business practices. We protect the taxpayer by defending the City from lawsuits, and we prosecute crimes that harm our quality of life and endanger our citizens, especially the most vulnerable. We live up to the highest standards of ethics, performance, and service.
Park and Recreation - Balboa Park
Park and Recreation - Carmel Valley Recreation Center
Park and Recreation - Golf
Park and Recreation - Hourglass Park and Fieldhouse
Park and Recreation - Linda Vista Recreation Center
Park and Recreation - Los Peñasquitos and Lopez Canyons
Park and Recreation - Mission Trails Regional Park
Park and Recreation - North Clairemont Recreation Center
Park and Recreation - Open Space Canyons and Parklands
Park and Recreation - Presidio Park
Park and Recreation - Shoreline Parks
Park and Recreation - Tecolote Nature Center, Marian Bear, Rose Canyons,Mission Valley Preserve
Park and Recreation - Therapeutic Recreation Services
Park and Recreation - Volunteer Office
Public Utilities - Reservoirs
Work Readiness - Mentoring Program
Work Readiness - SDFD Cadet Program
The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department Cadet Program was organized in 1983 for young men and women, age 16 to 21, who are interested in learning about a career in Fire Suppression and Emergency Medical Services.
This program is not intended to be a direct recruiter of future firefighters, but rather gives young men and women an inside look into the Fire and Emergency Medicine profession.
The purpose of the Fire Cadet program is to help young people make the decision of whether they want to pursue a career in Fire Suppression. The Cadets attend mandatory training classes and are encouraged to participate in a ride-along program. This program helps Cadets gain experience as they observe firefighters and assist the Department in a non-hazardous capacity. In addition to Fire Department-related responsibilities, Fire Cadets are also encouraged to take Fire Science classes, and go on outings and camping trips organized by the Cadet leaders.
- Minimum age of 16 and in the 10th grade to 21 years old.
- Enrollment in an accredited high school (maintaining a grade point average of 2.0) or high school graduate attending college.
- Eyesight corrected to 20/20 and color vision acceptable.
- Applicant must successfully pass the 6 month Probationary period and an oral interview.
New Cadets are currently accepted into the program twice a year.
The Cadet Program is sponsored by the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department and San Diego City Firefighters, Local 145. The Cadets are supported by San Diego City firefighters who act as program advisors.